Moyes Confirmed As West Ham Boss

Moyes Confirmed As West Ham Boss”

Moyes was appointed Hammers boss this morning following the sacking of Slaven Bilic less than 24 hours earlier.

The Spaniard is not the first player to have a bad word about a manager who did not pick him very often, but even so his public condemnation of Bilic's ability seemed a little tactless.

Gold, who alongside David Sullivan acquired a majority share of West Ham in 2010, insists he is "optimistic" Moyes can move the club in the right direction.

His initial agreement will run through to the end of 2017-18, with his immediate focus locked on steering an underperforming club away from relegation danger.

"I've managed five clubs since starting out nearly 20 years ago, starting at Preston and then going to Everton".

Moyes has not worked in football since resigning from Sunderland following their relegation to the Championship last season.

They have certainly wasted no time in appointing a replacement, with David Moyes confirmed as the Croatian's successor today.

"It is a massive club, West Ham".

Instead, he endured a calamitous summer in which his bosses failed to sign any of his big target - only eventually supplying him with Marouane Fellaini at the last minute.

"I'm really looking forward to meeting the supporters and being in the stadium with them", Moyes said in comments published on West Ham 's Twitter feed. I hope it gives me great strength and understanding of what is required. Everyone is entitled to that.

This is a squad far better equipped than the Sunderland one he inherited - he just needs to get them in, drill them, mould them, shake them up. "I have probably got one of the best win records in the Premier League".

Moyes added: "It gives me a chance to get settled in and get to know how things work".

"How do we do that?"

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